Ross Greenstein Renee Rodrigues Sean Joanis Michelle L. Newton David B. DiCenso Jason D. Ston Natalie Quinn Michael P. Eagan Jr Katherine Blakley Scott Gilmond Gregory Nicholson
Ross Greenstein
Renee Rodrigues
Sean Joanis
Michelle L. Newton
David B. DiCenso
Jason D. Stone
Natalie Quinn
Michael P. Eagan Jr.
Katherine Blakley
Scott Gilmond
Gregory Nicholson
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Report: Boston Home to America’s Worst Drivers (Again)

Boston drivers are the most accident-prone in the nation, according to insurance company Allstate’s 13th annual “America’s Best Drivers Report.” Of the 200 cities included in the report, eight of the 10 with the most crash-prone motorists were in the Northeast. Fellow Massachusetts cities Worcester and Springfield joined Boston in the list’s bottom five. The

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Can You Sue Another Driver If You’re Uninsured?

Massachusetts requires all drivers to carry auto insurance. And motorists typically comply with Massachusetts insurance requirements; our state ranks 49th for the rate of uninsured motorists on our roads. However, even with this high rate of compliance, approximately 6% of drivers in Massachusetts do not carry auto insurance. The penalties for not carrying auto insurance

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Campaign Aims to Reduce Boston Mass. Distracted Driving Accidents

Distracted driving is a problem that continues to plague the roadways of Massachusetts, usually leading to accidents as light as rear-end collisions or violent frontal accidents. In an effort to curb the rising number of Massachusetts Distracted Driving Accidents, several insurance companies have partnered to create a campaign aimed at educating teens about the risks

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